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Synonyms for athenaeum

a literary or scientific association for the promotion of learning

a place where reading materials are available

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David Brazendale, chairman of the Athenaeum's library committee, said: "The Athenaeum library has been in existence since 1797 and we've collected over 60,000 books, many of them rare and unique.
About the Boston Athenaeum: Founded in 1807, the Boston Athenaeum is one of the nation's oldest and most revered independent libraries and cultural institutions.
Det Insp Dave English said: "The offenders have made off from the jewellers in a Mazda MX5 which was later found abandoned after being set on fire in Sheepfolds Industrial Estate and we're keen to speak to anyone who may have seen it being driven from the Athenaeum Street to the industrial estate which would've been around 10am on Tuesday.
LOCATED on Piccadilly just below street level in Mayfair's Athenaeum Hotel, the Whisky Bar gives the impression of being sophisticated but not stuffy.
The Athenaeum Spa features a secluded outdoor pool, an indoor hydrotherapy pool, a jacuzzi, a sauna and a restful steam garden.
These were judged by Frank Moran and Ian Cubbin of the Athenaeum, Daily Post columnist David Charters and Roger Phillips of Radio Merseyside.
Founded in 1807 by Boston elites connected to the Anthology Society, the Boston Athenaeum is an independent, membership library that serves here as a window into the tensions involved in the forging of American high culture in the early republic.
CULTURE CLUB: THE CURIOUS HISTORY OF THE BOSTON ATHENAEUM tells of a literary club called the Anthology Society and its successor, the Boston Athenaeum, that began as a repository for books and works of art but grew to attract major American literary figures.
Summary: Fire crews are dealing with a blaze at the Athenaeum Hotel on Piccadilly in Mayfair.
The articles are presented in chronological order from the date of the library's inception, from 1747 when the Redwood Library and Athenaeum was founded in Newport, Rhode Island, to 1899 when the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library appeared in San Diego, California.
AN INSIDE LOOK: Goucher events are already free and open to the public, but the Athenaeum will allow for more speeches, forums, concerts, and theater productions involving the community, says President Sanford "Sandy" Unger, adding that the building will "fit in but stand out" on campus.
Illuster Onderwijs: Het Amsterdamse Athenaeum in de Gouden Eeuw, 1632-1704.
Father Giulio Savoldi, Milan's official exorcist, on a new course for exorcists at the Athenaeum Pontificium Regina Apostolorum, a university in Rome (BBC News, Feb.
The Athenaeum Hotel & Apartments, less than a tenminute walk from the Royal Academy on Piccadilly, has joined forces with the RA to offer a luxurious overnight stay for two, plus tickets for the exhibition, for pounds 165.